(A)   The Building Inspector may determine that a building is unfit for human habitation or that any building is unsafe, if he finds that conditions exist in the dwelling or other building which are dangerous or injurious to the health, safety, or morals, of the occupants of neighboring buildings or the general public.  In making the determinations he shall be guided (without limiting the generality of the foregoing) by the standards and conditions established in §§ 151.16 and 151.17 of this chapter.
('76 Code, § 210.11(A))
   (B)   No person shall occupy as owner, or occupant, or let to another for occupancy any dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming unit, or rooming house for the purpose of living, sleeping, cooking, or eating therein, which does not comply with the requirements of §§ 151.16 and 151.17 of this chapter, nor shall any persons use as owner, or lend to another for use of any kind, any building which is unfit and unsafe as determined by the standards of this chapter.
('76 Code, § 210.11(B))  Penalty, see § 151.99